The Xbox One is on the market like Sony’s PS4 for the sixth year. Three updates to the console were published by Microsoft and an amazing list was made during this time of games of all kinds: exclusive and interplatform blockbusters. We have completed the best Xbox One games in this classification.
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TOP Games on Xbox One
Here are some of the favorite games you can play right now on Xbox One, One S, and Xbox One X.
1. Monster Hunter World: Iceborne
Monster Hunter World has become the best-selling Capcom game in history from the blue – the series was previously popular only in smaller circles and the circle has narrowed down with each episode. It has now garnered millions of new players, including on Xbox One, but it’s a blockbuster.
The Iceborn add-on, which itself can be considered a full-length match, emerged one year after the release. It’s got a new area and thousands of new monsters and numerous objects. It is accessible for those who have gone through the primary section. monster hunter World: Iceborne is a highly exciting game that will not be very outdated very quickly, whether you are exploring a new world alone or with friends.
- Complete game cycle.
- Spectacular new monsters.
- There are difficult places.
2. Gears 5
Gears of War 4 seemed like a rather boring and mediocre game to fans of the series, so during the development of Gears 5 from The Coalition they expected serious work on bugs. An ordinary shooter with a hackneyed plot would hardly suit anyone. Did the developers manage to solve the problems of the series?
They dealt it fortunately beyond lounge. The Coalition has developed what is probably the finest franchise game in gears 5, inspired by Uncharted and GOD of War. The single-player campaign is a combination of places with a semi-open world where the character personalities are completely demonstrated, which proves that the drawing can play an important role here.
And if you add a robust multiplayer to the single-player mode, then Gears 5 can be a game that should be a part of every Xbox One enthusiast.
- Characters have storytelling depth.
- A massive game world full of potential.
- A long, varied and ambitious campaign.
- Great variety in shooting and other mechanics.
- The biggest campaigns are a little disappointing at times.
3. Resident Evil 2
With Resident Evil 2, Capcom was able to add the contemporary Xbox One hardware with its masterpiece in 1998. In terms of remakes, the game has become a role model. Together with Leon Kennedy and Claire Redfield, the atmosphere in which the participant finds himself freezes blood and hordes of living dead are to be faced when you go through Raccoon City.
Combining Resident Evil 4’s overview with The Witcher 3’s chilling atmosphere, this remake is the right combination of all of the series. Every corner, which is impossible, must be resisted and hidden, lurks a dreadful and unknown threat. Resident Evil 2 is a grim game and it wasn’t without reason that it became Xbox One X’s best games.
- Tense and scary.
- Lots of great discoveries.
- Heavy and responsive firefights.
- The unpredictable challenge in campaigns.
- Could have been a little longer.
4. The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
When releasing The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt, a game that became a symbol of a decade of the gaming industry, the Cd Projekt Red has definitely proven that they are the very best RPG developers.
Herald’s hundreds of hours of epic adventure, taking you from the busy streets of Novigrad to the snow-covered peaks of Skellige in the vast fictional world. Everything is excellent here – from sophisticated sites and features to a wonderful plot.
The two major expansions, Hearts of Steine, Blood, and Wine, are adding to the universe a number of new places, quests, and dungeons. A better RPG cannot be imagined, particularly since many new developments have already shaped the game. If Cyberpunk 2077 is at least half as good as Wild Hunt, then for Xbox One and any other platform, this year will be called a good one.
- A mature and responsive character.
- Special game systems and storyline.
- Beautifully rendered characters and decorations.
- Filled with interesting quests and activities.
- Huge, holistic, and immersive game world.
- Long loading times.
- Random drop in frame rate.
5. Forza Horizon 4
Forza Horizon 4 is an amazing racing game that has made most different Xbox One game classifications one of the best of the genre in the last decade. The action in the UK has been relocated by Playground Games, and saisonal modes are being built upon the continent’s capricious weather.
There’s a significant distinction between both external circumstances and the cars’ behavior, every four seasons being introduced. There are approximately 400 cars and for a very long time, you will study each car. You’re going to compete with artificial or actual players in an enormous number of tournaments.
Forza Horizon 4 appears to be much more vivid and entertaining compared to previous installments. Even the slightest detail affects your character’s growth and encourages you to get the best cars, clothing, and more. This is one of the coolest exclusives of Xbox One in years.
- Nice card.
- Variety of cars.
- Great sound, graphics, controls.
- Some trails are available after a while.
6. Dishonored 2
Dishonored 2 is an unbelievably addictive action game that is in almost every way better than the first portion. The main features of the game were the same but now the levels are much more complicated and imaginative thanks to the game that has become popular.
The action is in the city of Karnaca where the character, each with its own capabilities and weapons, takes on the role of Emily Kaldwin or Corvo Attano. Thief and Deus Ex fans are particularly happy because you’ll be able to experience Death of Outsider expansion after completing Dishonored 2 on Xbox One.
- A magnificent world from start to finish.
- Inventive, thoughtful missions.
- Incredible free-form gameplay.
- More varied, but no less profound.
- Requires power like a PC game.